Myanmar’s export activities surge in public-private collaboration

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A container vessel is seen berthing at one of container terminals in Yangon on 8 May 2024.

As a partnership between the Ministry of Commerce and the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI), plans and activities for promoting exports are underway to boost the country’s economy. Today, 6,000 tonnes of corn were shipped from Wilmar International Port Terminal and 9,400 tonnes of beans from Yangon International Gateway Terminal (YIGT). Additionally, a cargo ship departed from Asia World Port Terminal (AWPT 3) carrying aquatic products, rice, beans, forest products, sugar, sesame, consumer goods, box shells, corn, and rubber.
Similarly, three ships from Myanmar Industrial Port (MIP 4) and Asia World Port Terminal (AWPT 3) are loading aquatic products, rice, and beans for export. On 10 May, 71,900 tonnes of maize and 6,000 tonnes of rice were shipped from Sule Port Wharves (SPW), 27,500 tonnes of maize from Myanmar International Terminal Thilawa (MITT 5), 27,500 tonnes of maize from Myanmar Industrial Port (MIP 2), 55,600 tonnes of maize from Alon International Port Terminal (AIPT), 29,500 tonnes of maize from Myanmar Terminal (TMT), 5,400 tonnes of maize from Min Htet Min Port (MHM), four tonnes of rice from Wilmar International Port Terminal, and an additional 2,700 tonnes of maize will continue to be exported from Shweme Jetty (SMJ). — MNA/TKO

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